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The impact social change on how gay men understand long-term relationships

16 November 2018

This study will be looking at how gay men understand their romantic relationships in relation to how social changes have shaped the way they for said relationships. This study aims to look at discrimination and whether it has changed as well as other factors to do with family and relationship issues gay men may face in long-term relationships.

Requirements

  • 40 years old or older,
  • Cisgender,
  • Gay,
  • I’m a long-term relationship with another man of the same discription (having been together for at least three years),
  • Living with their partner for at least half of the time they have been together &
  • Sharing serious commitments such as mortgages, children etc..

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Ethical approval

This study has been approved by the universities ethics board

About the researcher

This reasearch is the dissertation of the researcher, who himself is a young gay man, so he has personal reasons to conduct such research, to help understanding of discrimination that gay people can still face.

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